Australian Reptile Park July School Holidays
Saturday 26 June – Sunday 11 July
Experience the great outdoors these school holidays at the Australian Reptile Park! It’s the perfect family outing for the whole family to get outdoors and connect with nature. These school holidays, the Australian Reptile Park is the Best Family FUN Day OUT!
It’s the perfect nature-based activity to get the kids out of the house, get in touch with nature and enjoy a little escape by spending time with family in our beautiful bushland setting.
What can I expect from my visit to the Australian Reptile Park?
- Hand-feed kangaroos in our free-range kangaroo area – it’s the best place to see kangaroos in Australia!
- Meet Hugo the giant Galapagos tortoise on his daily walk through the Park
- Have a close encounter with a koala, alligator, python and more at our daily photo sessions
- Witness the ferocious power of Elvis, Australia’s Crankiest Croc
- See over 40 species of native and exotic reptiles in the Lost World of Reptiles and throughout the Park
- Visit Spider World to see a funnel-web spider milking and check out Tarantula-ville – home to some of the largest spiders in Australia!
- See the endangered Tasmanian devil and discover how the Australian Reptile Park is helping Aussie Ark to save the iconic species.
- Enjoy the children’s adventure playground, cafe and picnic areas and free BBQs
- Go behind the scenes with a Private Tour or Zookeeper Programs.
School Holiday Activities
The extremely popular Kids 2 Keeper programs are guaranteed to entertain and educate kids who are itching to experience a taste of the day in the life of a zookeeper. This school holiday workshop offers exclusive behind the scenes access that enables kids to explore the wonders of wildlife.
- Mini Kids 2 Keeper – www.reptilepark.com.au/experiences/little-kids-2-keeper
- Little Kids 2 Keeper – www.reptilepark.com.au/experiences/mini-kids-2-keeper
- Big Kids 2 Keeper – www.reptilepark.com.au/experiences/big-kids-2-keeper
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